Yeah because he hired Heyman as Director of Raw, and eventually Prichard as Director of SmackDown so he could babysit them after he said he will no longer be "in the weeds" while he also focuses on XFL. Then he fires his co-presidents so he can relax even more? lmao. If he doesn't sell WWE, he will never offically retire. He doesn't have to be at every Raw when he has a Director for it. At 74 years old he is in charge of two companies, not something an "exceptionally private" person does.